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Gearbox adaptor tool for removal


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Hi Lee

Nope, no ramp. I will be using HD car ramps that give a 16" lift and will be working on the first bit of hard standing I can find where I can leave my car for a couple of weeks where it won't be in anyones way while my gearbox gets sorted by Ashcrofts.

Pete

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Hi Lee

Nope, no ramp. I will be using HD car ramps that give a 16" lift and will be working on the first bit of hard standing I can find where I can leave my car for a couple of weeks where it won't be in anyones way while my gearbox gets sorted by Ashcrofts.

Pete

This actually looks like a Draper transmission cradle which fits their two tonne trolley jacks,

http://www.justoffbase.co.uk/200kg-Transmi...er-ATJ2-TC?sc=9

I own both and used the cradle to drop my LT77 and refit my r380 and lt230 with little problem. Adjustment is quite big for many types of gearbox. make sure you get a hi lift trolley jack though.

Pete

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do you have tree sliders, my brother changed his disco gearbox by putting ratchets round the box and tree sliders then ratcheting it down

Ah ha! what a good idea. I do have tree sliders just need to check if my straps will handle the weight.

Thanks David

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